REPORT: Races for California House seats that Democrats hoped to flip are still too close to call

BY TEAM DML / NOVEMBER 7, 2018 /

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A prominent Republican congressman in California appeared to have lost his seat early Wednesday but election returns showed some of the hardest-fought House races in the state remained too close to call as votes still came in.

With 100% of precincts reporting, Democrat Harley Rouda held a lead over longtime Republican incumbent Dana Rohrabacher of Costa Mesa, although the race had not been officially called. Rohrabacher was first elected to Congress in 1988.

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Republicans Jeff Denham of Turlock and Mimi Walters of Laguna Beach appeared to have survived strong challenges in their districts.

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